The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has released findings from its 2019 follow-up survey of 18 countries for the ADL Global 100 Index. The first wave of this survey was conducted in 2014, with follow-up surveys taking place in 2015, 2017, and 2019 in select countries. D3 coordinated the project management and data collection for three of the countries that were surveyed from April-May, 2019: Argentina, Brazil, and Russia.
The ADL Global 100: An Index of Anti-Semitism is an extensive global public opinion study developed by the Anti-Defamation League to understand and address issues of anti-Semitism around the world. Involving 100 countries, the aim of the survey is to gauge and measure anti-Semitic attitudes globally, as well as attitudes towards other religious groups, immigrants, and migrants. Information about the Index survey methodology is available on the ADL webpage.
The 2019 findings show an increase in anti-Semitic attitudes in each of the countries surveyed by D3; Argentina has an index score of 30% (an increase of six points from 2015), Brazil has an index score of 25% (an increase of nine points from 2014), and Russia has an index score of 31% (an increase of eight points from 2015). For more specific insights into anti-Semitism in Argentina and Brazil, the Latin America countries represented in the 2019 study, see the ADL’s blog post.
More details about the index results for these three countries, as well as how they compare to other countries in the 2019 update can be found here: https://global100.adl.org/about/2019. To learn more about ADL and all the work they do, check out their website here: https://www.adl.org/.